Myong Hi Kim: The New Four Seasons

January 21, 2015WideWalls

Art Projects International have announced a new solo exhibition by Korean artist Myong Hi Kim that will focus on four large works recently created in her favourite medium of oil pastel on chalkboard. Titled The New Four Seasons, the new body of work by Myong Hi Kim… Read More Myong Hi Kim: The New Four Seasons

Seen & Heard – Myong Hi Kim at Art Projects International

January 14, 2015Tribeca Citizen

Opening Jan. 22 at Art Projects International: “The New Four Seasons, a solo exhibition of works by Myong Hi Kim that focuses on her most recent four large oil pastel on chalkboard works. In these ambitious works, Kim returns to a subject and a medium she has… Read More Seen & Heard – Myong Hi Kim at Art Projects International

Myong Hi Kim

June 01, 2003Wolgan Misool (Seoul)

The subjects of Myong Hi Kim's oil pastel painting range from small experiences of everyday life to dark memories of Korean history. Since 1990, an abandoned schoolhouse in a remote mountainous area near the DMZ has been her home and the locus of her artistic creation.… Read More Myong Hi Kim

Finding the Center in a Dislocated World: The Art of Myong Hi Kim

January 05, 2003Exhibition Essay

Like many artists today, Myong Hi Kim is experienced in the ways of the modern nomad. She moves between homes in New York and Korea, she pursues her art in remote corners of the world, most recently traveling the length of the Trans-Siberian railroad, and she exhibits… Read More Finding the Center in a Dislocated World: The Art of Myong Hi Kim

Myong Hi Kim’s Imaginary Realism and Deja-vu Vision

July 01, 1995Gana Art (Seoul)

Kim’s 1995 exhibition drew attention particularly for its chalkboard paintings. This new type of painting grew out of the sketches that she did on the chalkboards in a disused closed primary school with oil pastel. This ‘readymade’ canvas, in all probability, must have… Read More Myong Hi Kim’s Imaginary Realism and Deja-vu Vision